Pre-monsoon to hit Rajasthan in a week; Udaipur Kota expected to witness rains by third week of June

Pre-monsoon to hit Rajasthan in a week; Udaipur Kota expected to witness rains by third week of June

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The Meteorological Department has issued a warning for heavy winds and thunderstorm in most districts of Rajasthan in the coming week - an iindicatin of pre-monsoon.

We have been seeing some pre-monsoon showers after the cyclone effect subsided in southern Rajasthan. getting us much sought after relief from the scorching heat and hot winds. Arrival of pre monsoon was one of the better news in the dull and unhappy last couple of months.

The speed with which winds are travelling towards Rajasthan, monsoon is predicted to arrive in Rajasthan any time after June 18 from the directions of Udaipur and Kota. It is predicted that this period would bring good rains to all of the state's districts.

Rajasthan may have pre-monsoon rains in the next few days, according to Director of Meteorological Department Radheshyam Sharma. Along with East and West Rajasthan, certain areas bordering North Rajasthan and Haryana could experience severe winds, with the chance of thunder and lightning. If any rain falls during this time, it will now be classified as pre-monsoon rain.

According to the Meteorological Department, thunderstorms accompanying heat waves are expected to hit majority of the state's regions between June 11 and June 15. It will not rain much from these storming clouds. In eastern Rajasthan, strong winds can occur at isolated places in Alwar, Bharatpur, Baran, Bundi, Dausa, Dholpur, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Karauli, Kota, Sawai Madhepur, Sikar, Sirohi and Tonk districts. Wind speed can be 30-40 kmph. On the other hand, in western Rajasthan, Bikaner, Barmer, Churu, Sri Ganganagar, Hanumangarh and Nagaur will also have strong winds with thunderstorms till June 15. Stronger winds will prevail in these districts than in East Rajasthan. The wind speed here can be 40-50 kilometers per hour. This situation will remain in Pali district only on June 12 and 13, while later these conditions will improve.

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